You don't have to take a trip to the fro-yo store to enjoy fluffy, chewy mochi. Celebrate the Lunar New Year by making a batch of homemade mochi with help from Cynthia of Two Red Bowls.

You don't have to take a trip to the fro-yo store to enjoy fluffy, chewy mochi. Celebrate the Lunar New Year by making a batch of homemade mochi with help from Cynthia of Two Red Bowls.

Ooey gooey dango (agar jelly) cubes! Perfect for relaxing with some warm green tea and a lengthy book <3

mundane aesthetic: dango

Ooey gooey dango (agar jelly) cubes! Perfect for relaxing with some warm green tea and a lengthy book <3

Jello Mochi w/Twist If you want to "throw off" your friends or family, try this recipe!

Jello Mochi w/Twist If you want to "throw off" your friends or family, try this recipe!

Japanese mochi ice cream. Imagine play dough in a ball (not really Play dough)  but when you bite into it. Ice cream fills your mouth.

Mochi Ice Cream

Japanese mochi ice cream. Imagine play dough in a ball (not really Play dough) but when you bite into it. Ice cream fills your mouth.

These jello roll-ups were amazingly easy to make!  And the kids loved them!

Jello Roll-ups

These jello roll-ups were amazingly easy to make! And the kids loved them!

‘Mizu Shingen Mochi’ is a breed of Japanese rice cake that’s bound to get people scratching their heads and wondering what the hell they ordered. Though it might look like a water droplet served fancy, it’s actually a cake that uses water harnessed from the Japanese Alps

This is not a drop of water, it’s a cake!

‘Mizu Shingen Mochi’ is a breed of Japanese rice cake that’s bound to get people scratching their heads and wondering what the hell they ordered. Though it might look like a water droplet served fancy, it’s actually a cake that uses water harnessed from the Japanese Alps

This version of mochi—a sweet Japanese rice cake—gets its pretty green color from matcha powder and a creamy sweetness from coconut milk.  Slideshow: More Coconut Dessert Recipes

Matcha Mochi

This version of mochi—a sweet Japanese rice cake—gets its pretty green color from matcha powder and a creamy sweetness from coconut milk. Slideshow: More Coconut Dessert Recipes

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